Launch a private Minecraft server

This iconic game is made for detailed world-building. Running Minecraft on your own server doesn’t just let you or your children set the rules – awesome for new mods, objectives and physics engines – but functions as the closest thing to a controlled environment. With a private server, you make the game invite-only. Use a hosting provider to avoid Direct Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks, so the network is never overloaded.